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RE:Photo: SDB: Dancing Bunnies...for Loic

  • Subject: RE:Photo: SDB: Dancing Bunnies...for Loic
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 19:08:20 EST

    In regards to your question, does my plant of Dancing Bunnies have a yellow rim on the falls.....when the bloom first opens (especially if it is cool the first day), it has a very pale yellow rim.  My photo was taken just as it was opening.  From the second day on, or in hot weather, the yellow intensifies within a day.

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